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Acura Wants To Dominate The 25 Hours Of Thunderhill With An ILX

Giving us further proof that Acuras look far better in race spec than in Grandpa-spec, Acura released this pretty picture of an ILX that they plan to reveal at the New York International Auto Show alongside their flagship NSX supercar. Behold, this is the endurance racer they're taking to the 25 Hours of Thunderhill. » 3/30/15 7:35pm 3/30/15 7:35pm

Watch America's Longest Club Race This Weekend

Back in 2002, the National Auto Sport Association's 12-hour race at Thunderhill was so popular that they wanted to extend 24 hours for 2003. Then founder Jerry Kunzman asked, "Why not 25?" and the rest is history. A bucket-list item for racers everywhere was born: the 25 Hours of Thunderhill. » 12/05/14 2:44pm 12/05/14 2:44pm

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of Thunderhill

After endless hours of darkness, hard racing and fatigue, the sun rose at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill making things easier to see. With the morning light, and the end of the race nearing (but still 6 hours away), teams started to pick up the pace on a wet track. This combination led to the following great shots of… » 12/05/10 10:00pm 12/05/10 10:00pm

The NASA 25 Hours Of Thunderhill Overload Gallery

As we know, nobody was shocked to see Mazdas dominate at the 25 Hours Of Thunderhill over the weekend (go here for the results page), but it wasn't a Mazda-only deal by any means. Mustangs, Golfs, 911s, M3s, a lone Scion, and many others were in action as well, and you can check 'em all out by making the jump!

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Mazdaspeed MX-5 Takes Overall NASA 25 Hours Win, Evil Genius Miata Wins E2 Class

I'm paying the price for going up to Thunderhill yesterday (and officiating at the first-ever LeMons Scavenger Hunt today) while still reeling from the 1918 Flu, so I'm unable to slog through all the race photos and give you a nice gallery today (you can rely on our friend Señor Lavrinc to provide some excellent… » 12/07/08 8:00pm 12/07/08 8:00pm

Four Hours Down, 21 To Go: Welcome To The 25 Hours Of Thunderhill!

Our friends from Evil Genius Racing are running a trio of Miatas here at the 25 Hours, so I'm here with the Loverman to watch some racing and shoot some photos; meanwhile, nose-to-grindstone Damon Lavrinc from Autoblog is hard at work belting out live coverage. I'll have a whole bunch of photos of the action later on,… » 12/06/08 6:30pm 12/06/08 6:30pm